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IE6 cross browser compatibility

Posted on 2011-02-15
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Site: http://ndlrnstage.esa.edu.au/for_teachers/for_teachers_intro.html

The top banner image which is a combination of two images look fine in FF, IE7 and 8 but look silly in IE6. In IE6 the left image goes down.

Also, the 'working partners' box goes down.

Any clues?
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Question by:jeremyll
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Add this meta tag between your <head> </head> tag

<head>
   <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7"/>
</head>
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Try and increase the width of div.container


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by:jeremyll
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@himanshut: I added <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7"/> which didn't work.

@Eternal_Student: I tried to increase the width div.container to 800px which didn't work
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The IE-EmulateIE7 is for IE8 browsers, ill take a closer look at this for you.
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Ok this is quite an easy fix:

div.logo-inner {
      float:right;
}
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Didn't solve my problem. But gave some clues.
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What was the solution then?
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